Michael J. Marx/Unsane Art
I have been a sculptor and artist as long as I can remember. My childhood gifts were art supplies as often as they were toys or books.
I was born in Massachusetts in 1969 and lived there for 18 years, before becoming a born-again Californian in 1987. I lived in the Bay Area for 33 years before recently relocating to Fort Mill, South Carolina.
In the beginning, I sculpted in FIMO, a polymer clay, and this honed my ability to transform my visions into 3-D images. In 2000, I took my first PMC (precious metal clay) class and was hooked. PMC’s affinity for texture, flexibility of form, and choices of finishing techniques make it ideal for me as an artist. The combinations of fine detail, high texture and varied forms are not easily achieved using traditional methods of casting and fabrication.
While my main focus is making wearable sculpture, I also work in mixed-media. I have Level 1 and 2 certifications from PMC Connection as well as Level 101 and 201 certifications from Camp PMC